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Synonyms for malleable

Synonyms for malleable

capable of being shaped, bent, or drawn out, as by hammering or pressure

capable of adapting or being adapted

Synonyms for malleable

easily influenced


capable of being shaped or bent or drawn out

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3) 62106831-union malleable cast iron for tube of nominal bore size25mm(1")as per type vii,isi marked to is:1879/ 87(reaffirmed 2005) edition 3.
Mechanical failure is an unusual complication following malleable prosthesis implantation.
Meanwhile, the council has also extended until July 11 a suspension of anti-dumping duties that would otherwise be imposed on certain malleable cast iron tube or pipe fittings exported from Argentina, whether they are made there or not.
An ideal external ear dressing (1) adheres tightly to skin but not to the wound, (2) is comfortable enough to be worn for 1 week, (3) is thin enough so that the patient can comfortably rest his or her head on it, (4) is aesthetic enough to be worn in public, (5) applies enough pressure to minimize blood and serum collection, (6) protects the wound from soiling, and (7) is malleable enough to conform to all the contours of the external ear.
All argue in favor of what Naomi Miller calls "the malleable boundaries of.
Reinhardt, however, considers the Constitution to be malleable, something to be bent to suit the moment.
The Commission has opened an investigation into allegations that Brazilian exporters are circumventing anti-dumping duties on certain malleable cast iron tube or pipe fittings set in 2000 by sending them to Europe via Argentina.
The malleable aluminum frame is designed for easy adjustment of the position of the fingers, thumb and wrist, and allows static progressive splinting without the need for heat or tools.
It has prayed to a God who knows hands and what hands can do in a malleable world.
She shows how these ideal types, so rigid in their outlines, are assumed to be malleable by the contemporary women at whom they are aimed, for these women must handle several roles simultaneously.
Tenders are invited for 1,000 ea locknut, conduit, galvanized malleable iron or steel, notched type; size: 1-1/2", threads shall be clean-cut and of uniform pitch; 1,000 ea spacer, pipe, 1" size, malleable-iron, galvanized, 1-hole for rigid conduit.
BBC Radio Tees came to one of our weekly discos this week at Norton's Malleable Club.
I know malleable has become less popular in recent years, but I believe strongly that the material still has special properties and applications.
Stationed in the midst of more malleable forms, these punctuations arrest scanning without implying static resolution or allowing prolonged attachment.
Practical matters cover recipes for malleable mud, choosing forks and kitchen tools for sculpting, and separating sand, gravel, silt, and clay out of water.